Weibo users can clean up their usernames before December 8.
No candle or cake emoji on Weibo on June 4th.
..Chinese netizens made the super-popular reality show "Sisters Who Make Waves" go viral anyway.
WeChat's new emoji are based on popular memes.
The US-Iran conflict has extended to Weibo, where Chinese netizens watch the online 'battle' unfold.
From blockchain to hardcore, this is an overview of China's media top buzzwords over the past year.
These are the most-read posts on Weibo this week.
No hot summer on Weibo: the social media network announces extra censorship on 'vulgar content.'
A recent noteworthy Weibo post says intellectual discussions are dying on Chinese social media.
Explaining Weibo’s "Super Topics"
'The Dead' honors the deceased and tries to break existing taboos on death in China.
Even Weibo's number one celebrity can clash with their fans.
A messy story is flooding Weibo today, as Chinese celebrity Ma Rong accuses ex-husband Wang Baoqiang of assault.
One of Weibo's hottest posts ever is all about the money.
The hashtag “IG are the Champions” received over a billion million views on Weibo over the past week.
The success of K-Pop in China and beyond is evident - the causes for its success are less obvious.
A beauty blogger shows her ugly side.
"This is like inviting a DJ to a funeral to play some happy beats," one netizen writes about the recent Sina News publication.
After a storm of critique following a ban on gay content, Weibo announces it will no longer specifically target cartoons, games, or videos relating to homosexuality.
The official Weibo Community Manager announced a 3-month-ban on online content on April 13, including that on displays of homosexuality.